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Grateful DeadGrateful Dead Live at Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium on 1985-04-21 (April 21, 1985)

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Collection: GratefulDead
Band/Artist: Grateful Dead
Date: April 21, 1985 (check for other copies)
Venue: Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium
Location: San Rafael, CA

Source: Source: SBD > ?>Low Gen Maxell XLII Cassette>Wav>Soundforge 10 (Tracking, Pitch Correction and *Editing)>Flac
Transferred by: Lestatkatt
Keywords: Soundboard; Lestatkatt


Set 1

Tons of Steel - false start
Tons of Steel
Comes a Time
Mississippi Half Step - false start
Mississippi Half Step
Jack Straw >
Brown Eyed Women
Not Fade Away
Green Onions
Uncle John's Band - false start
Uncle John's Band >
Playin' in the Band >
Uncle John's Band Reprise
Drums >
Beam & Percussion

"So Far" video recording session


* Notes
My old cassette was labeled Practice Sessions, March 1985. I've had this cassette in my
collection since the late 80's. No noise reduction was used in this transfer. I left a
tiny bit of tape noise after the last track incase anyone wants to try any restoration,
but I don't think it needs much.

Side one ended with Green Onions and the first 20 seconds of UJB. Side two fades in
during the intro to UJB. I carefully edited UJB together to make it seemless.

~Enjoy! - Michael Lestatkatt

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Reviewer: Deadhead225 - - September 5, 2012
Subject: Pretty cool
Studio sessions are hit or miss. Being there would have been cool that is for sure.

This source is better quality than the other, which has garbled/eaten tape syndrome during at least UJB that makes it unpleasant to listen to.

One very cool thing is the out of Comes a Time Lost Sailor jam. Garcia talks about it a little. They did this 3 times I know of 11/1/85, 8/26/80 and 10/2/80, so he already knew it worked.

Some spacing out during the Playin' jam too that is sure to please the 80s heads.

No rating b/c it's just practice.

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